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Mononeuropathy in Medical Dictionary

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

... resuscitation ) cradle cap cranial mononeuropathy iii ( compress ion type) cranial mononeuropathy iii (diabetic type) cranial mononeuropathy vi ...

Coxsackievirus

... resuscitation ) cradle cap cranial mononeuropathy iii ( compress ion type) cranial mononeuropathy iii (diabetic type) cranial mononeuropathy vi ...

Cranial mononeuropathy

... Cranial mononeuropathy III - diabetic type Definition: Cranial mononeuropathy III is a complication of diabetes caused by ... vision and eyelid drooping , ... Cranial mononeuropathy III - compress ion type is a ...

Mononeuropathy

... mononeuropathy is most often caused by damage to a local area ... (as with mononeuritis multiplex ). Cranial mononeuropathy III - compress ion type is a mononeuropathy , which means that only one nerve is affected. ...

Resuscitation

... resuscitation ) cradle cap cranial mononeuropathy iii ( compress ion type) cranial mononeuropathy iii (diabetic type) cranial mononeuropathy vi ...

Abdominal aortic aneurysm

... Matters: Life with Alzheimer 's Disease ... Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Abdominal Pregnancy ( Ectopic Pregnancy ) Abducens Palsy ( Cranial mononeuropathy VI) Abetalipoproteinemia (Bassen-Kornzweig Syndrome ) Ablatio Placenta e ( Placenta Abruptio ) ... Abdominal aortic aneurysm s The most common ...

Alcoholic neuropathy

... Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease (hereditary) Common peroneal nerve dysfunction Distal median nerve dysfunction Mononeuritis multiplex mononeuropathy Necrotizing vasculitis ... Although alcoholic peripheral neuropathy may contribute to muscle weakness and atrophy by injuring the motor ...

Double vision

... when the two eyes are not fully coordinated, causing double vision . To compensate, the brain suppresses vision in one eye . Cranial mononeuropathy VI is a disorder that causes double vision , associated with dysfunction of cranial nerve VI, which is responsible for moving the eye to the ...

Epicondylitis

... [ Med Help International ] [ Search ] [ Ask the Doctor Forums ] ... Lateral Epicondylitis ( Tennis Elbow ) Lateral Rectus Palsy ( Cranial mononeuropathy VI) Laxative Colitis (Irritable Bowel Syndrome (Functional Bowel )) Lazy Eye ( Amblyopia ) Lead Poisoning Disease ... Little League ...

Mononeuritis multiplex

... only a single nerve , mononeuritis multiplex involves inflammation of two or more nerve s, typically in unrelated portions of the body, ... mononeuropathy Multi plex ( Mononeuritis Multiplex ) Mononucleosis Monorchism ( Undescended Testicle ) Monosomy X ( Turner Syndrome ) Morquio Syndrome ... ...

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